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Writing Advice: Building a Realistic Character

It can be very frustrating when you are reading a story with a good plot, but the characters are just cliché and unrealistic. As a reader, it may convince you to just give up on the book or the author all together. Our job as writers is to create a believable story with realistic characters. Now,… Continue reading Writing Advice: Building a Realistic Character

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Currently Reading…

Right now I'm reading The Red Tent by Anita Diamant. It was a NY Times best seller and I've seen a lot of people posting about having read it. So, when it showed up on the shelves at my library, I decided to check it out.The quote on the front cover says, "...could never seem… Continue reading Currently Reading…

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Sunshine Blogger Award!! 🌻☀️

Thank you so much Gail Loves God for nominating me for the Sunshine Blogger Award! Two nominations for 2 different awards in a week has been such a blessing and inspiration to keep creating new content. Thank you Gail for always inspiring me with your lovely posts and moving words. You're light shines bright!  … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award!! 🌻☀️

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Worth the Wait by: Jaymie Corlew

Worth the Wait Summer fling? Nah, I’ll pass Waiting for the real thing Something that will last Not burn and fizzle fast Substance and longevity is what I crave I respect myself, and that is why I behave. I don’t fall for the ready smile and charm Well, not anymore at least. Words have taught… Continue reading Worth the Wait by: Jaymie Corlew

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Progress Over Perfection

Progress Over Perfection Guest Post By: Caroline Hadley So many people believe their worth resides in how hard they work. If you believe this, you aren’t alone; I used to think the same thing. I tried to find my worth in stellar report cards, a perfect diet, and an excessive exercise routine. I thought that… Continue reading Progress Over Perfection